The Thomas M. O'Brien Animal Care Center is a project that began with a wish and a prayer to help the animal population in our community. In June of 2011, Thomas O'Brien passed away and his wife, Diane, and one of his brothers, Paul, joined together to fulfill this desire. Tom loved animals and was always willing to help them in any way. Due to his affection for his pet dogs, Paul and Diane thought it would be very appropriate to build an animal care center that would be able to eliminate neglect of the many animals in our community and to help control and prevent the pet overpopulation. The Animal Care Center project was completed in 2014 and soon after, the direction of the project became apparent. The idea for the Tails of Hope spay/neuter clinic was established.
The Thomas M. O'Brien Animal Care Center
Tails of Hope, Inc. (TOH) believes the world will be a better place when it values and ensures the well-being of companion animals, treating them with kindness and compassion.
TOH exists to eliminate neglect, abuse and suffering of animals resulting in improved overall quality of animal life.
TOH strives to impact pet over-population through spay/neuter programs, and support of rescue, rehabilitation, adoption and education.
TAILS OF HOPE, INC.’s Core Values include: Commitment to Community, Compassion, Diversity & Inclusion, Growth-oriented, Professionalism, Quality of Service.
To learn more about our past, present, and future please enjoy this short video.
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Tails of Hope, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)3 public charity and all donations are fully tax deductible to the extent required by law.
Tails of Hope's federal tax ID number is: 81-1070254
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ToH strives to impact pet over-population through spay/neuter programs. We are NOT a rescue, shelter or foster, but a clinic preventing animals from abandonment. Any donation made from now until April 30th is ear-tipped for our Trap Neuter Release program.